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CAULDRON GIVE AWAY FREE HEAVY METAL FANZINE WITH NEW ALBUM
Canadian heavy metal trio Cauldron are offering fans a free, limited edition fanzine with limited edition copies of the band’s upcoming new album, ‘Burning Fortune’.
Released on February 14 the band have teamed up with their pals at the lurid and extremely geeky, and therefore essential, metal and horror fazine Chromium Dioxide, to offer this very rare and collectible special themed issue, dedicted entirely to the Toronto tyrants.
Frontman Jason Decayn comments:
“Chromium Dioxide is our favourite zine out there, plus we’re good friends with the creator, Phil, so when Earache suggested we include a Cauldron special edition of the magazine as a bonus with the new album, it was a no-brainer. It’s really an honour to have a magazine, let alone one of the most addictive reads out there, dedicate an entire – although – mini-issue to us.”
Fanzine creator Philip “Philthy” Bernard adds:
“The initial project was entitled ‘Harry Potter And The Witch’s Warm Mouth’, but for copyright reasons, we decided on ‘Chromium Dioxide: Burning Fortune Special Edition’.
“The collaboration was natural and, I guess, somewhat inevitable. Funny thing is, the mag was born in the Cauldron jam space. We’d all be pounding back discount beers together, and while the boys practised, I’d be hanging out working my art projects. Basically an Alcoholics Unanimous meets a five-man Art Community Centre. We toyed with the idea of creating a band called Chromium Dioxide, named after that old cassette tape technology, but it never really came to pass due to hectic schedules… and my lack of musical talent. But I’m just fine just being the Sleazy P Martini of Cauldron. We know our roles.
“The collaboration was just a fun way we’d all be on the same level – except this time I was on leads.”
Pre-order your copy now in Europe at www.earache.com
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